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Album Review

Patrick O'Hearn's 2000 album Metaphor presents the more gentle, lyrical side of his electronic new age music. Tracks like "Crossing The Divide," "Peace Be with You," "Drive," and "Let Truth Prevail" concentrate on O'Hearn's calm but compelling electronic textures, which carry on the traditions of the ambient electronic composers of the '70s and early '80s.

Biography

Born: 06 September 1954 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An unlikely new age stalwart and musical renaissance man, composer/multi-instrumentalist Patrick O'Hearn started his career as a prominent jazz bassist (Charles Lloyd, Dexter Gordon), then became a Frank Zappa sideman, and later found fame as the bass player/synthesist for new wave group Missing Persons. Turning to electronic music, his first album of keyboard instrumentals, Ancient Dreams, was produced by Peter Baumann and released in 1990 on Private Music, Baumann's own label. O'Hearn signed to...
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